Representatives of the Port Authority of the Balearic Islands (APB) and Palma City Council met today with the stakeholders involved in the remodelling of the new Promenade to raise various mobility
As planned, the works for the remodelling of Palma's promenade began this Friday, 18 November, one month after the signing of the contract with the joint venture between the Mallorcan companies Melchor Mascaró, Vopsa, Urbient and Aglomsa, and the day after the pre-construction review document was signed.
Once the planning meetings of the agents involved in the work terminated, the first signs and barriers were installed late in the morning in the Paraires area.
The remodelling work will consist of three phases, plus an initial preparation phase. This phase 0, which is the one that started today and will last until the beginning of 2023, will involve the preliminary actions necessary to start the works, such as accesses to fords, removal of some curbs, signalling and installation of barriers and temporary relocation of bus stops and traffic lights. Parking spaces will not be affected until after the Christmas holidays.
Palma’s new Seafront Promenade starts with a new image that symbolises a new space in the city near the sea, giving people a better quality of life, fresh vegetation and a more pleasant environment.
The APB has launched an information management plan to keep users, neighbours, businessmen and society in general informed about the development of the works and future actions that may affect them through the web portal noupasseigmaritimdepalma.portsdebalears.com.
Information on the project, as well as notices of public interest as the works progress, will be published on the digital platform launched today